Sports : What To Wager On Next Week
Saturday June 2, 2012 : Sports Betting Online – What To Wager On Next Week
Your Favorite online sportsbook will focus on Euro Cup scores at the end of the week, but there is plenty to get you through the week as the Stanley Cup finals roll on, along with the NBA playoffs and Major League Baseball.
Devils Kings Odds (8:00 PM ET): Los Angeles could be holding a 2-0 series lead by the time they head home for Game 3 on Monday night, but some sports betting online sharps may state that New Jersey has a better chance in Los Angeles, given how strong the Kings have been on the road.
Rays Yankees Odds (7:05 PM ET): These American League East rivals square off in the Bronx in a game that should be on the radar of sports betting players that follow baseball, and they’ll see the Rays send out James Shields to take on Andy Pettitte, who is still shaking the rust off for the Yankees after sitting out the 2011 season.
Thunder Spurs Odds (8:30 PM ET): This series will either be three games to one for San Antonio or all tied up at two by the time we get to Game 5 on Wednesday night, and Oklahoma City showed they could make a series of it with a 20-point rout in Game 3 on Thursday night. The Spurs played their worst basketball in a while as they saw a 20-game winning streak that started in the regular season get ended swiftly, but being a veteran team, San Antonio probably weren’t thinking about that streak; they’re looking at the big picture, which is an NBA championship.
Mets Nationals Odds (1:05 PM ET): In a National League East rivalry, Washington will look to continue their surprising start to the season and it is always an occasion for those that bet on sports when Stephen Strasburg is on the mound. The Nationals ace will try to help his team to a victory as they’ll take on knuckleballer R.A. Dickey of the Mets in the nation’s capital.
Greece Poland Odds (12:00 PM ET): The European Championships kicks off on Friday with the co-hosts from Poland taking on Greece, who stole the show with a shocking victory at Euro 2004. Poland can take some encouragement from that tournament as no one expected them to do much, but they have a few good players, including a couple that led their team to success in the German Bundesliga, and the crowd are going to be up for it, especially after watching the opening ceremonies. You could expect the Polish to be the favorites on Friday as you prepare to make your weekend picks in your online sportsbooks.